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Trying to Conceive Tips

on Jul 24, 2012

by Lindsey Zaldivar

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Time for a baby? Find out what the top trying to conceive tips are today, and get the show on the road!

Now obviously if you’re trying to conceive a baby, you need to have sex. But there’s a little bit more that goes into it so I’m going to give you some tips so that you can hopefully get that positive pregnancy test a little bit faster. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Learn when you ovulate

Tip number 1: Know your cycle. You can only get pregnant a few days every month or every cycle if your cycle might be a little bit longer or a little bit shorter. And that period of when you can conceive is called ovulation. So you need to know when you ovulate. If you don’t, and you’re just trying to conceive any day of the month, it’s probably not going to happen for you, so learn when you ovulate.

Let gravity be your friend

After you do the baby dance, lie down. And a lot of the old wives’ tales will tell you to do this, and they’ll tell you to put your feet up in the air. It actually does work. You don’t have to put your feet up in the air but do lie on the bed for 10-15 minutes after you guys have sex so that sperm can actually meet the egg. If you get up out of bed right away, you know gravity is going to interfere and a lot of those sperm, you know, born won’t ever have a chance. So the longer you can lie down the better.

Time intercourse every other day

And then when you do think you’re at your cycle and you’re ovulating, don’t have sex every night. That might kind of sound like not good advice but it really is because if you have sex every night during your ovulation period, it can actually decrease a man’s sperm count and that’s obviously when you’re trying to conceive the last thing you want to do. So if you do it every other night that’s going to lead optimal results.

Try a sperm-friendly lubricant

Another thing that you can try is some supplements or lubricants that are specifically made for trying to conceive women. So take a look at those online-you can find some great information out there.

Relax & have fun!

And then the last tip that I have for you is relax and have fun. A lot of couples that are trying to conceive take it very seriously and yes, having a baby is such a joy! I love my son, but if you take all of the romance out of trying to conceive it’s not going to happen. So take some time, put a little bit of romance into it and relax. I’ve heard a lot of couples say that the month that they took a break from trying to conceive is actually the month that they did. So, take that into consideration.

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Lindsey lives in Roselle, Illinois with her husband and son Harry. In between keeping up with a busy toddler, she enjoys blogging about parenting, cooking, crafting at The Accidental Wallflower.

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  • LuvChrissy

    I have a child and since then I have been pregnant once but I got an abortion. Now i have been trying to conceive but been having trouble. My partner has ejaculated in me many of times but nothing happens other than a little bit of pelvic pain after ovulation. What should I do?

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  • Expectingbaby

    i just got married but me and my husband already want to have a baby. we have been having sex with no birth control for four months but i don’t seem to get pregnant is it to soon?

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  • lisapalmer

    I want to have a child so bad i smell all the baby powered in baby section of the store!! I placed my order after months of checking the website out. I hope it works!! I seen all great reviews on it!! I have called many times too and their customer service is great too!! Don’t know if I can be helped but here goes nothing!! :)

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    It generally takes a normal couple without any fertility issues at least four months to a year to successfully conceive, so it is possible that it may still be a bit too soon. Just keep on trying, time intercourse on your fertile days, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. It also recommended to have a preconception visit to your doctor just to make sure everything is in good condition in preparation for a pregnancy.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Yes, Fertibella can help address your period irregularities, for it is specifically designed to stimulate ovulation through regulating hormones and normalizing cycles. Fertibella has been proven effective in helping women overcome fertility issues, like period irregularities. You can start taking Fertibella as soon as you want to, for it can be started at any time during your cycle, taking one tablet a day with meals.

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    Trying to get pregnant again may not be as easy as the first time. The most common glitch? Aging eggs. Women are born with a finite number of eggs, which can suffer chromosomal damage over time. This explains why a woman’s fertility starts to dip noticeably when she hits 30, taking a plunge after 35. I would recommend talking to your doctor. Your doctor might be able to give you insight into what went wrong in your previous pregnancy, and give you some tips and fertility treatments for you to get pregnant again. You will have to go through a thorough physical examination. This is very important in order to establish if the uterus or the cervix suffered any damages due to your previous abortion, and if those lesions lessen your chances to get pregnant. Good luck!

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  • dab74

    hello there, i have been trying to concieve ,for a long time, but in the process i found out i had fibroid, actually i had the fibroid during my first pregnancy,, but i have done the surgery to remove the fibroid, i have done series of test after the surgery and was told am ok medically , i have taken clomid and ovunmine 5 but no result yet, please can you tell me what else i can use to get pregnant please thanks i hope to read from you soon

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  • http://www.facebook.com/moonltdiva74 Lisa Olson

    My DP and I have been trying to conceive.  I have been on a 28 day cycle like clockwork for 4 months. I didn’t really keep track before then. The beginning of my last period was on the 15th of December, and assume that O occurred around Dec. 29th. DP and I BD’d every other day starting on 12/24-1/4.  I expected to have to start AF on the 12th, but it still has not come.  On the 4th day after missed AF, I had a sharp pain in my lower back that lasted for just a second.  I took a HPT on the 6th day after missed AF and it was negative.  Today, on the 7th day after AF I started to have very light spotting (pinkish brown) but no full blown AF.  It would seem like its too late for implantation bleeding, considering that is apprx. 20 DPO, but could it still be possible that I am pregnant?

    My history is an abortion at 18 years old, and currently 38 now.  No children currently of my own, TTC for 4 years now since I have been with DP.  DP has three of his own from ex-wife (all grown, the youngest being 19 yrs old).  I have a history of irregular AF that sometimes only occurred 3-4 times a year, up until about the time I met DP around 4 years ago.  Since then they have been monthly, but I do not know if they were right on time because I was not charting before 4 months ago, but since I started charting, they have been right on every 28 days up until 7 days ago when I should have started but didn’t. 

    Also, when I started charting, I noticed a pattern for our BD’s.  DP and I have always had a tendency to BD numerously right after my AF ended for a few days, then drop off for a week after that.  Charting made me realize that by sheer bad luck, we have been missing my O.  After three months of charting and taking note of this tendency, we made it a point to BD during and around O last month, and just when we did that, I miss my next AF. 

    I am confused because it seems like I should be BFP considering the circumstances, but the HPT was negative.  I plan to take another one in another week, but I was wondering if its possible that HCG levels were still too low detect BFP even after 4 days of a missed AF?

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  • Tana_burke

    Is there any way to get pregnant even with having my tubes tied? We only want one so I’m trying to find information if I can have a normal pregnancy without having surgery.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Tubal ligation is known as a permanent method of birth control and the only way for you to get pregnant again is to undergo a tubal reversal. It is a microsurgery to repair the fallopian tube after a tubal ligation procedure.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Since fibroid removal does no affect a woman’s fertility, there is a big possibility for you to get pregnant. I do recommend you to use fertility treatments, increase sexual intercourse and avoid stress for you to increase your chances of conception soon.

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Yes; Fertibella ConceiveEasy greatly works, given that this is targeted toward solving multiple fertility issues in women, from ovulatory dysfunctions and irregular cycles, to hormonal imbalances and low-quality cervical mucus which is just some of the infertility problems women may encounter, thus dramatically increasing your chances of conception.

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  • Nader Gaber

    Dear sir
    I have been married 1 year ago , there s no pregnancy . I made a semen analysis and it showed a bad count &motility as the sperm count is 100, 000 only and the motility is 50 %.
    My physician asked for a Doppler to confirm if there s a varices or not. It showed simaple varices in the left side from the 1 st stage .there is no problemsr with my wife . What is ur advice for me.
    Thnxx n advance

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  • Jessica

    Hello my name is Jessica. I’m 20 years old and my husband is 25. We have been trying to get pregnant for 3 years and have had no luck… I had major surgery on my appendix and he has also had hernia surgery not sure if this has anything to do with it… But endometriosis also runs really bad in my family.. Can you please help me…

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